Actor Chris Noth, Accused By 2 Women Of Sexual Assault, Denies AllegationsAs the cast of “Sex and the City” returns to television with its reboot – “And Just Like That…” – airing on HBO Max, new allegations of sexual assault have emerged against one of the show’s stars, actor Chris Noth.
Metropolitan Opera To Require COVID Boosters For Performers, Audience MembersThe mandate takes effect Jan. 17 for people eligible for third doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines or a second dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
James Brown Inducted Into Sports Broadcasting Hall Of FameHis attention to detail earned him a spot in the hall of fame, and his thoughtfulness, warmth and intelligence have earned him nothing but respect and love from his colleagues.
6-Foot Statue Of Legendary Frank Sinatra Unveiled In HobokenThere was a birthday celebration Sunday honoring "Ol' Blue Eyes" Frank Sinatra. Hundreds of people turned out for the unveiling of a statute in his honor.
'West Side Story' Screening Held In New Jersey For Students, Supporters Of Star Rachel Zegler's Alma MaterZegler graduated from Immaculate Conception High School in 2019, and her fans were cheering her movie debut.
'West Side Story' Costume Designer Paul Tazewell Describes How Re-Imagined Film Uses 'Storytelling Through Clothing'Directed by Steven Spielberg, the film is a fresh new look at a beloved classic, hoping to attract a new generation of fans.
Michael Nesmith Of The Monkees Dies At 78Nesmith died Friday of natural causes, according to Variety. Known for his penchant for wearing a wool cap at the height of the Monkees’ popularity, he later became a figure in Los Angeles’ country-rock scene and a multimedia entrepreneur.
Jussie Smollett Convicted Of 5 Of 6 Counts Of Orchestrating Fake Hate Crime Against Himself Former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett was convicted on five counts Thursday evening on charges he orchestrated a fake hate crime against himself nearly three years ago, while jurors acquitted him of one other count.
Revival Of Stephen Sondheim's 'Company' Opens On BroadwayThe revival of "Company," starring Katrina Lenk and Patti LuPone, is running at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on 45th Street.
Broadway League Says Vaccine Mandate For Children Under 12 Will Take Effect Dec. 14The Broadway League announced Tuesday that all 41 theaters on the Great White Way will require vaccination for children ages 5-11. 
Previews Begin For 'MJ The Musical' On BroadwayIt's about Michael Jackson, and stars Broadway newcomer Myles Frost. 
CNN's Chris Cuomo Fired Over Involvement In Brother Andrew Cuomo's Response To Sexual Harassment ScandalThis comes after Attorney General Letitia James released transcripts that detailed Chris Cuomo's involvement with how his brother, Andrew Cuomo, addressed sexual harassment allegations.
Tony-Nominated 'Slave Play' Returns To Broadway For Special 8-Week RunThe provocative work explores interracial relationships in America.
Alec Baldwin Says He 'Didn't Pull The Trigger' In Fatal 'Rust' Movie Set ShootingAlec Baldwin says he never pulled the trigger on a prop firearm that discharged on the "Rust" movie set.
99th 'National Christmas Tree Lighting' Airs Sunday On CBSThe event, hosted by hip-hop legend LL Cool J has a star-studded line-up.